Thread: Help trying to bust a phony punk
8/12/2008 2:01pm, #21Originally Posted by BudoMonkey
To be serious, you already outed the fucker. Get over it man. Your bullshit meter went off faster then your co-workers, who will eventually catch on to his nonesense. He obviously has a big problem telling the truth, your co-workers have a limited knowledge of ma's so they have yet to realize something is funny about this dude. Just take solace in knowing he will continue to lie and sooner than later everybody will see him for what he is. A pathetic lying tool. Mark Twain said it best, "If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything." This dude will trip over his bullshit and it will most likelly make for some funny **** to talk about around the water cooler. If I was you I'd sit back with a smile and wait for the undoubtable carwreck about to happen.
8/12/2008 2:01pm, #22Originally Posted by BudoMonkey
8/12/2008 2:06pm, #23
- Join Date
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I'm sorry, what was that? Did you say something, BudoMonkey?
Your av hypnotized me.
8/12/2008 2:07pm, #24
Okay, so literally 5 seconds after typing the above post, "I'm letting this go", Frank comes over to my desk.
I heard him take a (fake) phone call and walk outside a couple minutes ago. He comes to my desk with the following admission; (there will be alot of 'yea's' because he says that alot, like Bill Lumberg from office space)
"Yea, hey Zack. I just got off the phone with my old Karate Instructor in St.Louis. He said that the 4 fights I had weren't mma or for the UFC. They were for the KICK organization that bill wallace used to fight in. You know them? Yea..."
I interrupt - "4? You said you had 13 fights."
"Oh those were shootfighting fights. Yea, my instructor said they weren't actually for the UFC and that I did shootfighting, yea...they weren't MMA it turns out, yea... But hey, at least I got the training for it. Oh, what sucks is my instructor says that if I wanted to fight in the UFC now I'd have to start from the bottom again. yea..."
"Why wouldn't you start at the bottom? You've never fought in the UFC, or mma at all. Of course you would have to start at the bottom. You better watch yourself going around telling people you fought mma and in the UFC man."
I don't know, but I think he's under the impression I believed his little story. Next step- prove the instructor doesnt exist, then case closed.
For now- **** this ****. I'm getting back to work."This is why we are here. Because the Martial Arts for too long have been cloaked in an unnecessary level of secrecy bordering on mysticism, and its in these shadows that the cockroaches love to hide. -Phrost"
Originally Posted by Squerlli
8/12/2008 2:23pm, #25
That is quite a transition. Does he get points for that?There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
8/12/2008 2:26pm, #26
8/12/2008 2:31pm, #27
Three o'clock by the flagpole, baby! Everybody circle up.
Seriously, though... the odds that the dude actually has the cojones to show up are slim to none, and sadly, there's no "fight dodger" tag for the real world. If he gets belligerent enough when you tell him off for lying, though, a challenge might drive home the point you're trying to make.
Or... it might get you fired, depending on how clear the distinction is between gong sau and premeditated assault is in HR's mind.
8/12/2008 2:34pm, #28Originally Posted by Phrost
I will, and I will report back.
He outweighs me significantly, so it shouldn't be a problem.
I'll ask if he wants to stay late, go outside or around the corner or something and fight."This is why we are here. Because the Martial Arts for too long have been cloaked in an unnecessary level of secrecy bordering on mysticism, and its in these shadows that the cockroaches love to hide. -Phrost"
Originally Posted by Squerlli
8/12/2008 2:36pm, #29
8/12/2008 2:40pm, #30Originally Posted by BudoMonkey